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7.8 (6 votes)
February 29, 2008
Dev - DB/form (refering to updated - check code)
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Fading Trail 2
This is the updated version of my previously submitted example. It uses one instances and has three customizable options:
-Trail's Fading Speed
-"Slow-Down-To-Stop" Toggable Option
There are easier ways, but most of them use multiple objects, this gets it done with one. For the most part it works great.
February 29, 2008 14:31 - 9.6 years ago
I like the fact that you made a previous example, and people weren't happy with it, so you made an improved one. I like your persistance.
February 29, 2008 17:31 - 9.6 years ago
Why didn't you just update the first one?
Not that it laggs but try making it destroying arrays.
It just creates more and more.
March 01, 2008 6:43 - 9.6 years ago
Ehhh... I agree with the above posts. 6/10
March 01, 2008 11:46 - 9.6 years ago
You still need to clear the array. If anyone uses this, after a while (a long while, I'll give you that) it will throw array index errors.
Don't release another 'Fading Trail 3' because you're better off just updating a single example. There are way too many motion blur/fading trail examples as it is.
March 02, 2008 8:53 - 9.6 years ago
It is a very nice example! I'll say... 8/10
March 02, 2008 9:59 - 9.6 years ago
This example was good and all, but it's not exactly what I look for in a fading trail example. I'm looking for the trails that look smooth instead of the object looking like it was just drawn multiple times. 8/10
March 04, 2008 17:42 - 9.6 years ago
I like it! 9/10
March 05, 2008 16:58 - 9.6 years ago
gm6 or source?.. =]
August 03, 2008 0:50 - 9.2 years ago
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